In Surigao

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Ang Ganda Nya!” Instead we say, “Sheeet kalami nija” (Sh*t she is delicious)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Hi kumusta na?” Instead we say, “Buhi pa baja kaw? ” (Are you still alive?)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Awesome!” Instead we say, “Kagana gajud adto?!” (Is it very nice?)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Buti nga sayo” Instead we say, “Dah! Sakto ra! Pago ra dimo!” (Just right! Good for you!)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Weh? Di nga? Instead we say, “Saba didon!!! Pag sure!!! (Keep quiet! Are you sure?)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Dami mong pera Pare!” Instead we say, “Namayot nasab kaw kabii hu?”(Are you having fun again with the gay last nigh huh?)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Saan kana?” Instead we say, “Piste jawa! Dugay pakaw?” (F**k*ng sh*t! Your still long time?)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Pasensya na po” Instead we say, “Kolera man bagan” (What the f**k are you?)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Excuse me” Instead we say, “Pakilid anay didon” (Can you go beside)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Ulan na naman” Instead we say, “Manjagan nasab ta ini” (We will run again)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Where’s my pen?” Instead we say, “Animal simay nagkawat nan ako ballpen! Marajaw unta mapatay kaw kuman Dajun.” (What the f**k, who was stealing my pen! I hope you will die right now.)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Tahimik mo naman” Instead we say, “Kahilom ba nimo. Amo raman kaw nan tag Ka sunogan!” (Why you are quiet, It seems like your house was burned!)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Wag mo akong idamay” Instead we say, “Ajaw ko amunga ho kay waya ko mag intra-intra” (Don’t include me because I did not  join)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Wow sexy” Instead we say, “Hubagang ate uyy! Ka salad sab” (Very hot women)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Girlfriend mo bro? Congrats!” Instead we say, “Lain nasab jaon pre?” (It’s another new girl bro?)
“Pangag baja jadton last time” (Last time was toothless)
“Bu-ak nasab ni” (Breakdown again)
“Jagan rakan daan day!” (Runaway girl)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “nasaan ka?” Instead we say, “Haman kaw tagbutang nan ginoo anhi kuman na mananap kaw?” (Where the place God put you by this time animal?)

In Surigao, we don’t say “kumain ka na? Instead we say, “Pangukad rakan did-on sa kusina” (Just take the food in kitchen)

In Surigao, we don’t say “Hindi ko alam!”, instead we say “Inday uno?” (I don’t know)

In Surigao, we don’t say “Ano ba yang amoy na yan? Instead we say, “Kalibang raw didto”. (Go to toilet)

In Surigao, we don’t say, “Sa inyu ba yan?” Instead we say, “Iju ton? ” (Is that yours?)

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